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    Fierce

    Another wonderful Highland Rose has found her mate. Alana is a fierce warrior determined to never be vulnerable again. As she and the Roses attend Samhain she is taking stock of a fierce Sinclair warrior that has garnered her attention. Shaw is the Sinclair Chief and his sole focus and mission is to keep the baby alive in order to reclaim his family lands. He is struggling to care for the babe and kidnaps Alana for help. This is a fast paced story with fun characters and an amazing dog who shows up unexpected everywhere. There is plenty of action as they battle the English enemy soldiers. Alana and strikes a bargain for the journey but the heat between them cannot be ignored. They are constantly battling to stay alive but that doesn’t prevent them from fulfilling their desires. The Roses show once again that they are group to be reckoned with as they come to Alana’s rescue. You will enjoy turning the pages as all is revealed and another Rose blossoms.
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    Wonderful Highlander romance!

    The moment Shaw Sinclair stepped onto the page, he landed right in my heart! The Highland Roses are no delicate, wilting flowers. These young ladies have been taught everything they need to know to stand on their own and take care of themselves, and each other. I loved the initial meeting between Alana and the brawny highlander, Shaw. His respect for her was quietly understated yet clear as can be. From that point on, the action never stops as these two fight to keep a baby safe and stay one step ahead of the unknown enemy. This is an intricately-detailed story that spans most of Scotland and is steeped in Scottish history. The romance between Shaw and Alana was intense, yet sweet and soul-satisfying on every level. I loved the way the rest of the Highland Roses were incorporated into the story. This book was a fabulous romantic adventure, and I was completely hooked all the way to the HEA. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
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    Historical Romance

    The Highland Outlaw by Heather McCollum The Campbells #4 Absolutely what I needed to read yesterday! I fell in love with Shaw and admired Alana – they were perfect for each other! Beginning with a caber toss and ending with a wedding with a kidnapping, baby to care for, bad guys to deal with, secrets exposed and potential for a spin-off series to do with the Clan Sinclair it was a delight from the first page to the last! The Sinclairs have lost their castle and their land and Shaw, as the laird of the clan, has spent years trying to get it all back for his people. When he is given the opportunity to do so by delivering a newborn to a boat by taking it overland he of course jumps at the chance. So, what could go wrong? He needs a bit of help from more than his men at arms to get the baby from point A to point B and Alana just happens to be handy...whether she is willing or not. The trip draws the two closer together as they care for the tiny girl. Shaw learns a great deal about babies and also about women who have attended the Highland Roses School. Alana is intelligent and realizes she can use the opportunity of caring for the baby to her own advantage as she has an agenda or her own. The road is not easy not only due to the fragility of taking care of a baby but also because there are military men out to murder the child. So, daggers and swords and punches are definitely a part of this story. What I liked: * Alana – what a strong woman she was and so able to state what she wanted and then go for it * Shaw – a good man with a horrible childhood who always put his clan first * The way the romance develops between Shaw and Alana * The men that traveled with Shaw * The writing, plot and way it made me feel while reading * The fact that I won’t have to say goodbye to all of the characters due to the spin-off that is coming What I did not like: * The bad guys...as I was supposed to * The lengths those bad guys would go to to get what they wanted Did I enjoy this book? Definitely Will I read more by this author? Without a doubt Thank you to NetGalley, Entangled – Amara and InkSlinger PR for the ARC = This is my honest review. 5 Stars
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    Protectors of a wee bairn.

    4 1/2 STARS There's nothing like the British on your tail to keep you alert and on the move. With a wee bairn protected by Sinclair warriors, it can be formidable for the British. Shaw Sinclair and his warriors are on a mission. If they can get the babe to the coast of Scotland and on the ship that will take her to safely to France, they can get back what was sold and taken from the clan. Shaw and his men know little about bairns and when Alana Campbell offers to help them, they take her help and her with them on the run to the coast. With the the British soldiers close behind, Shaw and Alana are drawn together, but Shaw is keeping secrets. Lots of twists and turns moving at a fairly fast pace. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book.
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    Fast-Paced, Interesting, Breath-holding, romantic

    Series: The Campbell’s #4 Publication Date: 10/21/19 Number of Pages: 400 WOW! What a fast-paced, interesting, breath-holding chase across Scotland this story was! From the first page to the last there are fearsome Highland warriors – of the male and female sort. The entire series has been that way, so I was sure this book would follow suit – and it did. Shaw Sinclair, Chief of the Sinclair clan, has had a hard, miserable life – and he has the scars – inside and outside – to prove it. After Shaw’s father died, his wicked uncle took over as Laird. He abused Shaw, his sisters, and his mother. Not only that, he ran up huge debts from drinking, gambling and other debaucheries and ended up giving up the Sinclair castle and lands to the northern Campbells. Since then, the Sinclair clan has been homeless and the vindictive Campbells constantly runs them out of their cottages – even in the dead of a harsh Scottish winter. So, it is no surprise that Shaw jumps at the chance to have the crown restore his home and lands. All he has to do is deliver a newborn baby girl to a boat in St. Andrews. Except, when he finally receives the babe, her wet-nurse has died and there are English soldiers pursuing the baby – to put it to death. He has to find someone to care for the babe – especially someone who can feed her – all while avoiding the English soldiers. Piece of cake for a braw highlander. Alana Campbell, sister to the Laird of the southern Campbells, is one of the older members of the Highland Roses school. We’ve met her in the earlier books in the series and she is an intelligent, lovely young woman who just happens to be a trained warrior as well. Imagine her surprise when a huge, fierce warrior appears in her tent – and abducts her so she can care for an infant girl. Of course, once she discovers that their destination is just north of Edinburgh, she decides to willingly go along. She needs to get to Edinburg to rescue her mother that all of them had thought dead. Somewhere along the way – dodging soldiers and caring for an infant – Alana comes to care deeply for both the Highlander and the babe. How will she ever have the strength to put that sweet babe on the boat? She doesn’t care much for the idea of separating from the Highlander either. How will their love survive once all of the treachery, lies, and deceit are revealed? What will happen if Shaw cannot regain the Sinclair lands and castle? Why in the world are the English soldiers out to murder a tiny, innocent, defenseless babe? NOTE: Possible spoilers below – so don’t read if you don’t want to know Is it a sign of a really good story when, at the end, you keep wondering what happened next? I hope we will see some of that in a future book – maybe Kirsten’s book. I have to wonder how they got the Campbells off their land. Are they still being harassed by the Campbells? Can Shaw learn to trust Alistair and Logan again? Will they get there in time to save the Sinclair’s from the harsh winter? Will they actually start a second Highland Rose shool? One thing that seemed confusing to me is that although they got the proclamation from King James – they were still talking about paying the northern Campbells for the debt Shaw’s uncle owed. Did they just want to pay it off because they felt the clan owed it? It sounds fair to me for them to pay it, but it just wasn’t made very clear. I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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